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♪ >> "action news" continues. >> saturday night. hire's what's happening on "action news" at 11:30. days after the u.s. launched air strikes against syria for using chemical weapons, it appears syria is again carrying out bombing runs. >> police continue a search for a predator who kidnapped and sexual assaulted a little girl and abandoned her. >> and they are cleaning up philadelphia neighborhoods today. we'll take you there. >> now the details, there are reports that syrian war plains are taking off from the air base the u.s. military attacked with cruise missiles. it's the same base used to carry out a chemical attack killing 80 syrians, many women and children. >> back in action, these
pictures from russian controlled television show syrian jets taking off from the shy rat air base. 4 hours after 60 cruise missiles bombarded the syrian airfield. the wreckage of bombed out fuel tanks, president trump tweeting that the air raid was a success. congratulations to our great military men and women for representing the united states and world so well. >> while satellite gaugery shows damage to shelters, the runways are untouched. the president tweeting, the reason you don't hit airways, they are inexpensive and easy to fix. >> rex tillerson was asked if this changes policy toward syria. >> we are asking on asaad to
change using the weapons. >> it was the base that planes took off with the deadly nerve agent used in the chemical attack that killed 80 people. among the dead, two twins. >> when i came too, i asked for them. i told them, hello, darlings. i took too long. i rescued everyone else, but i couldn't rescue you. >> the manhunt is intensifying and expanding for a wisconsin man who may be plotting an act of mass violence. joseph posted a chilling video to his ak sending a manifesto to president trump.
>> revolution. it's time for change. >> please do not approach him. we consider him armed and highly dangerous. >> officials say the manifesto contains disparaging comments about the president and all authority as well as plans for a brutal attack aimed at several targets. >> delta airlines canceled 275 more flights today as delays caused by storms drag on. a new line of storms came through adding to today's backlog. hundreds of passengers remain stranded at the airport. delta canceled 3,000 flights this week. >> goo "good morning america" hs much more on the intensifying situation in syria. you can watch that following "action news" tomorrow morning. >> a delaware community as authorities press their search for the man that abducted and
sexual assaulted a four-year-old girl. police are keeping surveillance in plum run. the little girl was playing outside her home when she was taken. two hours later she was found in banning park, near life eight miles away. until the attacker is caught, police have strong words of caution for children. >> if you don't recognize this person, don't talk to them at all, puppy or candy or anything, don't go near them. >> yesterday afternoon police found a potential lead, suspicious tire tracks not far from the abduction scene. >> firefighters were called to the 2900 block of concord road 4:30 this afternoon. a woman and her adult son made it out of the house. they were taken to the chester
medical center for smoke inhalation and burns. investigators have not said how the fire started. >> three people were injured, one critically along fairmont park. police tell "action news" the driver of the mustang was speeding and lost control of the car. the car flipped several times before it came to a rest. it's not clear if charges will be filed. >> a driver i-95 south near island avenue lost control of his car and ran off the side of the road. the car came to a stop near a grassy embankment. it took rescuers 20 minutes to cut the man free but he was okay. >> it's a day to clean the streets and clear the cobwebs.
that's what people did for the philly's clean up. >> piles of leaves are scooped up into bags along 34th street and strawberry mansion. >> it's good to clean up your neighborhood. you don't want it smelly where you walk around and stuff. >> this group is among thousands of volunteers taking part in the philly spring cleanup. >> you open up the bag to put leaves in. >> neighbors say getting kids involved is crucial. >> i was a junior block captain when i was young and helped my mother and grandmother clean the neighborhood. >> mayor jim kenney helped kick things off at the huntington park recreation center joining volunteers as they collected leaves and trash nearby.
septa workers cleaned up 13 septa locations throughout the city and there were people like sandra barry. she says while she's participating in the clean up, >> you come back in less than five minutes, you can't believe that it's the block the residents just cleaned because of the wind. >> she's out here three to four times a week trying to keep the trash from her block in frankford. she hopes her efforts will make a difference in her neighborhood. >> i hope it will bring in developers who will see how beautiful fran frank ford are. >> organizers say it's also a great way to spend time with neighbors and find out what's going on in the neighborhood. >> great event. still to come tonight on "action news," it's nice when you get
along of your neighbors. how about if your neighbor comes to the rescue of your unborn baby. >> and we take to you chester county. >> it's clear and quiet tonight. we were off to a good start this weekend. temperatures are warmer for the second half of the weekend and especially next week. details coming up in the seven-day forecast. vanessa: i got hurt and was given painkillers. by the time the drugs ran out, i was addicted. it happened so fast. i ended up on the streets, where the drugs are cheaper and easier to get. i was a full blown heroin addict, selling my soul to get high. when i realized i needed help i didn't know where to go.
frantic. she said her daughter was having a baby and asked someone to call 9911. jordan's boyfriend called 911 when she went to help. she coached her through several pushes and then realizes the baby wasn't breathing and the umbilical cord was wrapped around his neck three times. >> i took the cord off and patted his back. a minute later i heard him make noise and started crying. paramedics showed up a minute or two later. jordan is a medical assistant but had no experience in child birth. thanks to her the baby is just fine. >> if you are a parent, you know there is nothing like a car ride to get a baby to sleep. file this one under why didn't someone think of it sooner?
ford created a bassinet from the outside but a large ford logo. a speaker under the baby plays engine sounds, the base rocks side to side mimicking the sensation of a moving car. the rim has l.e.d. lights as though it's passing under street lights. the company is holding a raffle for the crib but says they are considering mass producing it because of popular demand. some parents, you couldn't put a price tag on getting the baby to sleep like that. >> tomorrow, if you have a convertible -- >> drop the top. you can see it's dry. we don't have issues with precipitation. high pressure is in control tonight. we have mostly clear skies outside. picture of sky 6 live h. d. from
the temple university camera at city hall, clear conditions, quiet tonight and warm. we are warming up this weekend. friday, a high of 51. we are well below average. today, we climbed up to 60-degrees in philadelphia, one degree shy of where we should be. tomorrow, better than that. north and west of town, 43 slatington. cooks town, 40. lake harmony 43. 54 longwood, new holland, upper 40s. mount laurel 43. 39 tom toms river. out to the west in dover, upper 40s, satellite 6 with action radar, cloudy conditions, i-95 no troubles if you are out tonight. high pressure stays in control. a moonlit sky, winds earlier
today are not blustery as they were earlier in the day. we are starting to calm, dropping to 33 in the suburbs. 38 in philadelphia. fast forward to the second half of the weekend. it's a warmer day, 68-degrees in philadelphia. 68 as well in reading, 67 in allentown, upper 60s, wilmington and dover and 59 in cape may. taking you through the day, 8:0d start, numbers in the upper 30s, in the i-95 corridor and north and west. 43 in wildwood. through the afternoon hours sunday, future tracker 6 showing you we are climbing to the middle and upper 60s most locations and this is the beginning. 4:00 p.m. wide view future tracker showing you 70s and 80s
to withest. 2:30 monday afternoon, we are in the upper 70s with a bermuda high, max out by 80s day's end and warmer than that later in the week. it's a brighter, 68 for the high on monday, 81. pass over beginning at sundown. tuesday, a high temperature of 84. wednesday, a front moves through, cloudy, spotty showers, 72. thursday, a nice day, 70. friday, good friday, showers possible at 64. next saturday, alicia, partly sunny and highs of 66. we are not bad tomorrow. then the 80s next week. >> i'm looking to see what happens easter sunday next week. good weather for the easter bunny. the bunny got a head start on
the schedule enlisting the help of special friends. members held the easter basket give away in park side today. chocolate bunnies, coloring books and troys. each child got to pitch in and create their own basket. >> the omega chapter of the alpha sorority held a wellness fair at the community center. there were health screenings and opportunities to get moving and dancing.
for the foundation to support cancer research. one woman said being brave is the least she can do to help the families battling cancer. ♪ >> i'm jeff skversky with sports. the phillies scored the fewest runs in baseball. if that's an indication of this year, it's a big hit. they come out swinging against the nationals, first inning, 9 for 9, 11rbi's. kendrick with a three run triple, 8-0, runs all over the place. later in the first, mykel franco, rbi double, 10-0 phillies. michael sanders second hit of
the rbi double 11-0. next batter, joseph begin, phillies score 12 time in the first for the first time in history. nationalses, worst ever. phillies win 17-3. >> happy for tonight more than anything. it was fun. you have a game like that, you have to enjoy it. not only is nola going to benefit with confidence, the hitters too. they needed to take heat off and feel good about themselves. >> phillies scoring more tonight than the rest of the season combined. sixers limping to the finish line. rodrigues the latest shut down with a hamstring injury. second quarter, dario, the birthday boy scores 14. sixers up 10. bucks beat them up in the
fourth. sixth straight loss. two games left, season ending wednesday. >> flyers beating up on sergei in columbus today scoring twice in the first, two goals, 90 seconds apart. 2-0. in the second, on the powerplay, jake voracek first powerplay goal in months, flyers win 4-2. they won six straight at home. their most in 16 years. flyers end the season tomorrow at home against carolina. alicia, back to you. >> check this out, a fisherman in north carolina dreamed about reeling in the catch of a lifetime. his wish came true. earlier this month he was fishing when he realized there was a fish on his line. for five minutes he struggled to reel in the catch.
it was like she was looking at me saying, ready for a ride? >> another fisherman saw him struggling and helped him out. >> they pulled a roughly 50-pound musky out of the water. they had to get a picture before setting her free. he said the whole experience was magical and they have a picture to prove it. castle is next. "action news" continues at 6:00 tomorrow morning. for the entire "action news" team, i'm alicia vitarelli. have a great night. ♪ ♪ vanessa: i got hurt and was given painkillers.
by the time the drugs ran out, i was addicted. it happened so fast. i ended up on the streets, where the drugs are cheaper and easier to get. i was a full blown heroin addict, selling my soul to get high. when i realized i needed help i didn't know where to go. but i got help and you can too. you're not alone. help is within reach. this is governor chris christie. call 844 reach nj or visit reachnj.gov.
(wind whistles) (indistinct conversations) there you go. thanks. (indistinct conversations continue) (jangling keys) (closes door) (booms) (people screaming) (car alarms blaring) (castle imitating british accent) an explosion! (pops) (man screams) is this incoming artillery fire from above? our boys into a minefield. (pops) no! rommel's troops have lured